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What the community says about On the Banks of Plum Creek
- "In love with this book! This is the 4th book of the Little House on the Prairie books and my second favorite in the series. This is an incredible story that documents Laura and her families adventures as they travel to Minnesota. Once they settle, things seems to be going well until disaster strikes and the whole family must come together and work harder than ever to overcome it. ""Shocking. Dramatic. Plaguing the mind with concern for Laura and her family, this book will not let you put it down. There's no chance that you will sleep until you know what becomes of the Wilder clan. How will they eat after those grasshoppers destroy their crop? Read and see!"
- "Highly recommended!! My 9 year old is currently reading through Laura Ingalls' stories faster than I can imagine. This is the first set of books that has held her interest more that the first volume. Added benefit - I get to re-read these stories too!"
- "I love weird letters of the alphabet like O, P, and Q. I recently challenged myself to read a book with a title starting with each of those letters. My favorite book for O was "On the Banks of Plum Creek!" It's a great well written book that I really felt connected and engaged with. I think everyone should read it!"
- "I grew up reading all the Laura Ingalls books, and of course, watching little house on the Prarie. I loved these book so when I had a daughter I knew I wanted to read them to her. She loves them as much as I do, it's just such a simple time, and the stories are sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking etc. They have a lot of depth and the characters make you want to get to know them better "